Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.
Poorer sleep is emerging as one of the acute but likely long-term health impacts of the pandemic and is, in turn, nudging the beauty sleep category to the forefront of the global wellness economy. Early on in March and April, people reported having vivid ” pandemic dreams” as well as stress-related sleep disruptions.
Nestlé sharpens water focus on international, premium mineral and functional brands while exploring strategic options for parts of North American business
This press release is also available in Français (pdf) and Deutsch (pdf) …………. Vevey, June 11, 2020 Nestlé sharpens water focus on international, premium mineral and functional brands while exploring strategic options for parts of North American businessPledges to make entire water
Companies increasingly recognize that one of the greatest stresses for their employees is financial wellness. Even at innovative tech startups, people typically bump up against the limits of how much they know about wealth management pretty fast. But providing financial education to a workforce, wh…
Many companies are making pledges to address a lack of diversity and inclusion, take action against inequalities in pay and promotions, and provide funding to black communities. Adidas recently pledged to work on its diversity and inclusion efforts but some employees are unsure of the actual intent of these promises.
Maryam Ajayi found wellness by accident. Today, Ajayi is a leader in the industry. She’s the founder of Dive in Well, an organization committed to making wellness more equitable and accessible, and she’s a certified practitioner of Reiki and breathwork. She’s also a certified Akashic Records reader. But before, she was hurting.
Offering a diversified portfolio of specialized fitness concepts in eight unique verticals, Xponential Fitness is the largest curator of boutique fitness brands in the world. As an industry disruptor, the company was ranked in Fast Company’s annual list of the World’s Most Innovative Companies.
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A top Equinox and Peloton investor says gyms need an to offer in-club and at-home fitness services to survive in a post-COVID world
During the lockdown, many fitness centers and gyms have started to offer digital classes to keep customers engaged with their brand and to generate income as their doors remain closed. While this has been a short-term fix, one industry experts says offering an omnichannel experience will be crucial to their survival long-term.